Water Lilies Blooming: Hear Me With Your Eyes

Water Lilies Blooming: Hear Me With Your Eyes

Photography by: Vincenzo Di Nuzzo

Water Lilies Blooming is a glorious time lapse four-minute short art film by photographer/filmmaker Vincenzo Di Nuzzo, which captures water lilies blooming in his own garden. This wonderful film has a beautiful soundtrack provided by Greendjohn.

Water Lilies Blooming: Hear Me With Your Eyes

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Photo of the Day: SESOR SREWOLF

Photo of the Day: SESOR SREWOLF

Photography by:  Joseph O. Holmes, NYC

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Photo of the Day: Life Will Be So Much Better There

Photo of the Day: Life Will Be So Much Better There

Photography by:  Joseph O. Holmes, NYC

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Valentine’s Day: Floral-Bouquet-on-Traffic-Control

Valentine’s Day: Floral-Bouquet-on-Traffic-Control

Photography by:  Joseph O. Holmes, NYC

Bright Eyes: First Day Of My Life

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The Controversial Art of Robert Mapplethorpe

The Controversial Art of Robert Mapplethorpe

This piece is a tribute to Robert Mapplethorpe and is comprised of photographs, a video and slide show that present selected works dating from 1969 to 1988.  The photographs focus on three traditional genres: still life, nudes and portraits.  Mapplethorpe’s photography captures a stark beauty, often implying a more ominous and forbidding world of sexuality and violence.  His artistic work, frequently controversial, invests his still life and portrait subjects with an erotic charge that transforms and ennobles them.  Mapplethorpe’s photography captures the peak of bloom, the apogee of power, the most seductive instant and the ultimate present that stops time and delivers the perfect moment into history.  Speaking to his influence on the world of modern art, photography will never be the same.

The Controversial Art of Robert Mapplethorpe

Slide Show: Robert Mapplethorpe/The Perfect Moment

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Photo of the Day: Thomas Cat is Home

Photo of the Day: Thomas Cat is Home

Photography by: Joseph O. Holmes, NYC

Photography by: Robert Mapplethorpe

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Heavenly Shades of Pink: It’s Cherry Blossom Time

Heavenly Shades of Pink: It’s Washington’s National Cherry Blossom Festival

Each year, Washington, D.C., embraces the arrival of spring with the two-week National Cherry Blossom Festival, a tradition that showcases the beautiful 3,000 cherry trees that the city of Tokyo gave to our nation’s capital back in 1912. The blossoming cherry trees symbolize the arrival of spring and brighten the entire area surrounding the Jefferson Memorial on the Tidal Basin with their vibrant pale pink and white flowers. The National Cherry Blossom Festival, which began on Saturday and lasts for two weeks, has become Washington’s premiere tourist event, drawing more than a million visitors annually.

A Day Among the Cherry Blossoms

A Video Slideshow: The National Cherry Blossom Festival

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